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Story Xiaomi Serves Up Apple-Flavored Mi Pad Roy Schestowitz 16/05/2014 - 7:25pm
Story Multi-wireless module runs Linux, targets IoT gateways Roy Schestowitz 16/05/2014 - 7:18pm
Story To Serve Users Rianne Schestowitz 15/05/2014 - 5:25am
Story Nouveau Lands Maxwell GPU Support In Mesa Gallium3D Rianne Schestowitz 15/05/2014 - 5:17am
Story Ubuntu: A new "Unity 8" flavour Rianne Schestowitz 15/05/2014 - 5:12am
Story ATOM TEXT EDITOR UBUNTU PPA UPDATE Rianne Schestowitz 15/05/2014 - 5:06am
Story GNOME Shell 3.12.2 Fixes Airplane Mode Rianne Schestowitz 15/05/2014 - 4:56am
Story Snapdragon-based COM supports extreme temperatures Rianne Schestowitz 15/05/2014 - 4:53am
Story Is Linux Secure, Old Flaw Fixed, and Patchin Rianne Schestowitz 15/05/2014 - 4:46am
Story Intel vs. Radeon vs. Nouveau On Linux 3.15 + Mesa 10.3-devel Rianne Schestowitz 14/05/2014 - 11:33pm

How Windows Users Are Changing Linux And What We Should Do About It

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Linux

linuxcanuck.wordpress: There is no doubt that people are leaving Windows, many going to the Mac and some are turning to Linux. This is partly due in part to dissatisfaction with Vista. The reason isn’t important. What is happening to the Linux community is.

The world's worst way to market Linux

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Linux

blogs.computerworld: At first, it sounds like a good idea. Nanchang, the capital of China's eastern Jiangxi province, is requiring Internet cafe operators to replace pirated server software with legal copies of Red Flag Linux or Windows Server. What's not to like?

Review: Crunchbang Linux

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Linux

raiden.net: I decided to take a look at a new Ubuntu 8.10 derivative with the unlikely name "#! CrunchBang" Linux. CrunchBang can use all the GTK+ (GNOME) applications but replaces the GNOME Desktop/Windows Manager with the lightweight high performance Openbox WM.

10 of the Best Songbird Add-ons

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Software

junauza.com: The first stable version of Songbird has been unleashed. Considered by many as the Firefox of media players due to its extensibility, this open source iTunes replacement has a bright future ahead.

Real World Benchmarks Of The EXT4 File-System

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Software

phoronix.com: With the EXT4 file-system being marked as stable in the forthcoming Linux 2.6.28 kernel, and some Linux distributions potentially switching to it as an interim step until the btrfs file-system is ready, we decided it was time to benchmark this journaled file-system for ourselves.

Linux netbooks look likely to save Australian government education election promise

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Linux

itwire.com: The New South Wales (NSW) Department of Education and Training (DET) has today revealed its required specifications for custom-built laptops it intends to issue to students from grades 9 to 12 by the middle of 2009.

Ubuntu or Fedora?

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Linux

mybroadband.co.za: Last week Fedora Linux released its latest version, Fedora 10. We take a look at how it stacks up against Ubuntu 8.10, released a month before.

Playing the numbers game 2008: number of Linux installations world wide

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Linux

liquidat.wordpress: The number of Linux users and installations is impossible to estimate. But there are several different statistical information available which can be used to at least get a rough idea of the number of Linux installations world wide.

Video: Fedora 10

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Linux

redhatmagazine.com: Fedora 10 is out, and to celebrate that milestone, Fedora Project leader Paul Frields sat down with Red Hat community guru Greg DeKoenigsberg to talk about where Fedora’s been over the past five years and where it’s going.

A media player for the times: Songbird

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Software

mozillalinks.org: After about two years in the works, Pioneers of the Inevitable have released Songbird, a Mozilla-based music player, with which, POTI aims to do for music what Mozilla did with Firefox: provide an open source customizable multiplatform music player.

10 Ways To Trick Out Your Netbook for Free

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Software

gigaom.com: Netbooks are all the rage at the moment, with Asus predicting that it will sell 5 million of its Asus Eee PC netbooks by the end of this year. In this post, you’ll find 10 ways to pimp out your Windows or Linux netbook, without breaking the hardware resources bank.

Mingle brings group video chat to Linux

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Software

arstechnica.com: The developers at Collabora have extended Jingle—a multimedia chat protocol for XMPP—so that it can support audio and video conversations with more than two participants. Support for this new XMPP extension, which they call Mingle, could eventually land in Empathy, the GNOME instant messaging client.

today's leftovers

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News
  • Yes, Linux can run Crysis!

  • Microsoft Should Worry Less About Live, More About Linux
  • I Want Sandy Back, Says Open Source Project
  • WiMAX deal "clears" Linux for takeoff
  • Yet another reason to use Linux instead of (Windows) Vista
  • From Evolution to Thunderbird (Part II)
  • Tux on a Groom's Cake
  • Q & A: Keith Curtis on Open Source
  • Nokia eyes wider use of Linux software in phones
  • SilverStone Fortress FT01
  • The Linux Newb: The Install
  • Mozilla Developer News Dec 02
  • Gentoo New Mplayer Real Support, dvdnav support
  • OpenOffice's UI will be getting a refurb
  • Reason to stay with Ubuntu 8.04
  • MySQL 5.1 released with crashing bugs
  • 40 Open Source Tools for Protecting Your Privacy
  • Blender Render Grid
  • Trumpet Windows Loudly--- Except When It's Malware Outbreaks
  • Open source phone gains "fat" distro

some howtos & such

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HowTos
  • The Best Way To View Youtube in Ubuntu

  • OMG! I am running out of memory. What to do?
  • Hidden Linux : Doing the joins
  • Predicting Solaris 10 TCP Sequence Numbers Part 1: Initial Discovery
  • urpmi tricks
  • Keeping an eye on your network with PasTmon
  • Using Linux to Overcome Comcast's Policy of FUD
  • HowTo use Dig to check if a DNS server is using random source ports
  • Gentoo, build it like Lego.
  • Vim as typewriting tutor
  • Different signal handling under FreeBSD and Linux
  • Mandriva : Fixing input drivers issues in Cooker
  • Add right-click virus scanning capability to Nautilus
  • Where is All The Disk Space Going?
  • Dealing with Command Line Options in Python

Open-source developers set out software road map for 2020

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OSS

linuxworld.com (IDG): A group of open-source software advocates set out a road map for the software industry through 2020 at the Open World Forum conference in Paris on Tuesday.

Various Mandriva Things

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MDV

Frederik's Blog: Mandriva decided to end the contracts of at least Adam Williamson, Mandriva's community manager and Oden Eriksson, maintainer of the Apache, MySQL, PHP stack and other related packages. This has triggered a haevy reaction from the community now, with a public letter to the CEO being written, an online petition and people deciding not to spend money anymore to Mandriva, but instead spent it on other free software projects.

Konqueror is losing my conquest.

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KDE

it.toolbox.com/blogs: KDE comes with the everything including the kitchen sink konqueror program which acts as a file manager and browser although the file management part is being slowly replaced by dolphin. This leaves konquerors role to be primarily a web browser.

Silverlight for Linux : Moonlight 1.0 almost complete

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Software

heise-online.co.uk: The beta version of Moonlight 1.0 is now available to download as a Firefox plug-in. The application, is the Linux version of Microsoft's rival to Flash, Silverlight. It makes it possible to play files such as WMV files under Linux.

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